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Emerging Markets
How did SKAGEN Kon-Tiki fare in the third quarter?

Video: The emerging markets fund SKAGEN Kon-Tiki felt the effects of the volatility in the third quarter. Company-specific events also affected the return in the fund, explains portfolio manager Fredrik Bjelland. 

1 min read time
17. October 2019
News from skagen
Performance update: a volatile third quarter

Our funds experienced differing fortunes during a volatile third quarter. The best absolute return ...

5 min read time
15. October 2019
Global Stock MarketsEmerging Markets
Fear came to the fore in the stock markets in the third quarter

Despite another period of heightened volatility, global stock markets weathered the storm to ...

4 min read time
9. October 2019
SustainabilityActive Management
Three days of sustainable investments

At the three-day conference which took place in September, over 1,700 members of the UN sponsored ...

4 min read time
27. September 2019
News from skagen
Change to the articles of association of SKAGEN m2

The equity fund SKAGEN m2 has changed benchmark index following approval by the FSA and unit ...

2 min read time
27. September 2019
SustainabilityActive ManagementGlobal Stock Markets
Storebrand intensifies deforestation engagement

SKAGEN and Storebrand are collaborating on an ambitious policy which aims to limit the depletion of ...

2 min read time
16. September 2019
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Historical returns are no guarantee for future returns. Future returns will depend, inter alia, on market developments, the fund manager's skill, the fund's risk profile and management fees. The return may become negative as a result of negative price developments.